Streaming services are at the forefront of Yosuke Matsuda's portfolio approach in the coming fiscal year, as Square Enix has thrown its support behind Stadia.
Backstabbing, political intrigue, a world on the brink of collapse, and a ton of zombies.
The publisher is considering a subscription service, but faces one major roadblock.
Marvel is giving Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal freedom to build their own version of entertainment's most popular characters.
Kingdom Hearts 3 has helped sales growth, but profits have fallen over the course of a difficult financial year for the publisher.
Square Enix will also dramatically expand both studios' physical size, highlighting contrast with a struggling Vancouver.
The announcement comes about a month after Square Enix's Q4 2018 financial report, in which Octopath Traveler was named among the publisher's highlights for the last fiscal year.
While total software and hardware sales dropped across January 2019 compared to January 2018, Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts 3 and Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake both performed remarkably well during January.
The Dual Universe developer has brought on the ex-Thief and Deus Ex: Human Revolution developer as a general manager.